I first shared this Springtime Tablescape back in 2018, but it is continually one of readers’ favorites. I thought it was time to share it again with my new readers. This seems just perfect for the wonderful month of May, when the world starts coming to life and showing all of the beautiful colors that nature brings us. No matter if you have a garden full of blooming flowers, or you buy yourself some blooms, enjoy this time of year!
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Plain white dinner plates sat upon hydrangea petal placemats and were topped with hydrangea decorated salad plates. Can you believe these salad plates are melamine? They are making so many gorgeous dishes out of melamine that can be used safely outdoors!
I wanted the beautiful wisteria that hung down from my chandelier to be the showstopper for this tablescape. Therefore, I kept the centerpiece for this table very simple. I wanted to continue the garden theme, so simple pots of faux boxwood, were all the tabletop needed!
The overhead shot of a tablescape is always a great way to show off the entire look and style of the table in one shot. Isn’t this dreamy? It is said for we table stylists, that the climb is always worth the shot!
Napkin rings were also kept simple, but so in tune with the pretty garden theme. Sweet little watering can napkin rings were just the ticket for this inspiring spring tablescape.
My husband and I finally found this chandelier at a little shop in Hilton Head, South Carolina after a three year search. I had no idea I would enjoy styling it as much as I have. It is just perfect for so many creative styling ideas.
When I spotted this gorgeous artificial wisteria at Michael’s I knew I was going to use it somewhere! When I started adding to my chandelier, I soon found myself heading back to buy even more! This is a combination of sprays of wisteria and little bushes of shorter pieces. It looks so amazing, I am wondering how long I can leave it up there before it gets weird.